The Norwegian company Nøstebarn had a competition going in February, encouraging their customers to mend and fix worn-out wool clothes. Some of the results are presented at their blog, and here are my humble efforts:
For the longie, I used the arms of the jacket for legs, and the gusset and waist were made from the remaining fabric plus a small piece from a striped sweater. The hat/hoodie was made from the jacket's hood with a sewn-on knitted neck warmer, made of one skein Misti alpaca yarn.
This was fun and inspiring, and it definitely won't be the last time I redesign the kids' clothes!